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Posted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 2:35 pm, Wed Apr 18, 2012.

This letter goes out to the volunteers of the Galt Prom Closet.

Just a note to say thanks for helping make the second annual Prom Closet — Operation Fairy Tale a success, helping over 57 girls pick prom dresses, wraps, shoes, purses and jewel accessories. It was heart-warming to watch the young ladies blossom in front of our eyes when modeling the dresses.

Individuals and sororities donated approximately 150 dresses, including wraps, shoes and accessories. Volunteers helped the girls try on the dresses and match accessories, two seamstresses donated time to make alterations and press, and students provided assistance with hair and nails.

A special thank you goes to Ed and Deanna Sanders, and Danielle Sanders for being major catalysts in making this event happen.

I also appreciate the help and support of Tricia Bowden, Kristina Bowden, Dastiva Hefley, Judy Halstead, Robin Novo, Bryna Smith, Angela Smith, Alison Crawford, Michelle Atencion, Julie Flaherty, Sandra Moote, Sonya Powaser, Laura Crawford, Juliana Emperador, Rosario Emperador, Debra Johnson, Michaun Bromely and Colton Newall.

Laurie Bambas

Galt High School District

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